How fun is this? The Under the Canopy “Starre Pant” (named after yours truly) is available at Shop Ethica! I am superflattered, these pants look comfy and perfect for travel (two of my favorite things).
They are available in grey and blue.
- Under the Canopy works only with sustainable organic fabrics free of GMOs, toxic pesticides, herbicides and chemical fertilizers
- Dyes used by Under the Canopy are low-impact and free of formaldehyde, chlorine bleaches and heavy metals
- GOTS certification ensures that every step of the process in making UTC clothing–from farm to factory–is socially and environmentally responsible
- Organic cotton uses less water than conventional cotton, with no risk of chemical run-off polluting nearby waterways
I first wrote about Raleigh Denim on Eco Chick way back in 2009, and since then, the brand has grown in more ways than just business-wise (though they are going gangbusters in that department as well).
They’ve recently opened an NYC storefront and have expanded their jeans-only line to include all sorts of lovely pieces to go-with denim, like sweet polka-dot shirts and edgy-cool vests.
This made-in-USA (mostly North Carolina, where the designer couple lives) denim company has a great story, which I got to write about in Whole Living magazine’s October issue. I’ve screen-shotted the iPad version here (the mag looks GREAT in it’s new app!) and the third shot below is from the iPad-only video of Raleigh Denim creators, Sarah and Victor, talking about how they make their classic-cool jeans.
Cute screenshot below from the iPad-only Whole Living magazine app – that’s Sarah and Victor!